why do my subwoofers cut off at higher volume?

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  • why do my subwoofers cut off at higher volume?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 12:46
Pumping way to much h power to the speakers ....most have a volume Max load and when it hits that load they cut off so they don't blow ......its a safety/money saving.feature
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 17:47
Try using (RF TECH WOOFER WIRING WIZARD) to wire your sub's and Amplifier to an ohm's load both can handle,Google it, it's a very easy way of making sure your wiring your Equipment right.Then your Sub's will not be cutting out on you unless you have a weak charging system in your ride.Try Youtube in the car audio area,a video is worth a thousand word's They have any install you can think of on video for all to see.Don't know why your wait day's for an answer.
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 13:59
you blew a subwoofer. one of the subs has a bad spot on the voice coil that shorts out as the subwoofer moves. when being played at low volume the subwoofer doesn't move far enough to short out.

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